The Ministry of Health on Tuesday announced 16,741 new confirmed cases of corona virus infection. The ministry also announced the deaths of 396 people diagnosed with SARS-CoV-2. In Poland, the corona virus has been confirmed so far in 2,089,869 people, of whom 49,761 have died. Compared to Monday, nearly 1.5 thousand beds are occupied by COVID-19 patients.
Most New confirmed cases of corona virus infection have been registered in the province Masovsky – 3105 Infection.
The rest come from the following Voyodships: Alaski (2023), Wilkopolsky (1420), Tolnoloski (1307), Młbolski (1211), Atsky (1112), Vormyosko-Masursky (894), Pomorsky (871).
423 Infections are “data without an address” that are to be terminated by the Department of Health and Safety.
The Ministry of Health also informed about this Deaths of 396 victims. 82 people died from COVID-19 Patients with COVID-19 combined with other diseases – 314.
As of March 4, 2020, when the first case was diagnosed in Poland, corona virus infection had already been confirmed in 2,089,869 people, 49,761 of them. Died.
How many returned? How many breathing apparatus are occupied?
Tuesday’s epidemic data report shows this:
– 34 758 Beds are intended for patients with COVID-19 (+1,580 compared to the previous day), – including 26 075 Beds are occupied by COVID-19 patients (+1438), – 3297 Ventilators are intended for patients with COVID-19 (+69), – among them 2512 Breathing devices are used (+91), – 392 575 People are isolated (+40 647), – 1 693 875 People returned (+17 867).
New restrictions across Poland
From Friday to Saturday at midnight, they apply throughout Poland Additional controls:
– Distance learning in grades 1-3 of primary schools, – Closed hotels, – Limited operation of shopping malls, – Closed theaters, cinemas, museums, galleries, casinos, – Closed swimming pools, sanas, solarium, sports facilities.
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These restrictions are expected to apply until April 9. Thus, they cover the Easter period. Professor Andrzej Fall, President of the Polish Society of Public Health He explained on TVN24 on Monday how we should behave during this period.
– No matter how meticulously monitored by us on average daily illness or seven days on average, these holidays are enough to make it worth spending a third time overseas, not family, he said at a table. – Common sense, security and course should not be broken, which should be in our favor in the long run – he argued.
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